The human body is incredible, with over 100 clinical markers that can indicate the risk or early signs of certain problems before common symptoms even begin to show. It’s important to pay attention to these signs, as abnormal levels should be addressed as early as possible.
This extended version of our basic wellness test includes additional screenings that look into vitamin deficiency, inflammation markers and heart disease risks, along with the other body markers that are vital for proper body functioning as well as for fitness and general wellbeing.
To better understand your results, consult your physician.
• CBC with Diff – Complete blood count with differential, measuring the levels of red and white blood cells, as well as platelet, hemoglobin and hematocrit. This test can also help detect nutrient imbalances.
• Comprehensive Metabolic Panel – measures sugar levels, electrolyte and fluid balance, kidney and liver function, checking for conditions such as diabetes, liver disease, and kidney disease.
• Lipid Panel – this test measures fatty substances and lipids-fats that are important for the cells and serve as an energy source for the body. Helps to detect cholesterol problems and risks of heart disease.
• Thyroid Stimulating Hormone – TSH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland, and is great for assessing thyroid function and disorders.
• CRP, hs – high-sensitivity CRP is a marker for a protein that in certain levels indicates blood with inflammation and can be used as a predictor of future risk of heart disease.
• Hemoglobin A1C – Glycated hemoglobin helps identify increased risk of diabetes, as well as aids in monitoring those who already have diabetes.
• Vitamin D 25-OH – vitamin D deficiency or excess can affect bone health and metabolism. A large number of studies have been pointing to Vitamin D deficiency as a risk factor for heart disease.